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What is the risk of a borderline EKG?
There are a variety of possible reasons for your EKG changes, that include hypertension, obesity or a valve problem to name a few. You can read more here, but remember your EKG changes may not be anything that is clinically significant:
To evaluate your EKG further, I'd probably recommend a cardiac ECHO:
If you have a high cholesterol, blood pressure or are overweight, you may be at risk for heart disease:
You can check whether you at risk here:
Hope this helps,
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